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“My kids love the #ThinkersPlay Clubs so much that I am even able to use it as leverage to get them to complete their chores at home! Grateful to be able to expose my kids to multiple technologies through this platform.”Jemima NoethAnjoné's Mom, Age 12, Johannesburg
“I like the Thought stuff, because it is really fun, you can build things, like the parachute man. Teaching the robots how to drive and avoid accidents was very exciting and it is great to meet new children.”Kai HaasAge 8, Cape Town
“Joel's passion and expertise in this space is evident. It's infectious and the children really learned a lot about coding and robotics. Corporates, students and parents can all benefit from this - especially their info on hydroponics and urban farming!”Kerry-Ann van der MerweTeacher, Steyn City School
“Joel and Thought Africa partnered with us as we looked to reinvent our library space into an area that was more aligned with our curriculum, development pathway and that would excite our students. Thought Africa was instrumental in achieving this vision and the results have far exceeded our expectations.”Steve TudhopeIT Manager, St Peter's College
“Thought Africa is an excellent company that provides all the necessary information and resources. They go the extra mile to help schools. Very pleased with the services rendered. They are by far the best company to work with. Just a phone call, message or email away.”Tamzin LouwTeacher, TP Stratten School
“We were introduced to Thought Africa and Joel when we went out to tender on redesigning our spaces at the school. Although the project is ongoing we have had the opportunity to see the other services and products that Thought Africa offers. They were intrinsically involved in a very successful grade 2 coding day and have continually stayed in contact with new ideas for introducing and preparing our students for the 4th Industrial Revolution.”Anthony EgbersTeacher, Dainfern College